Category Archives: Social Mobility


People don’t tend to come into teaching for the money. At a pinch, they might come into it for the holidays, but mostly they have higher motives. They want to make a difference for the children in their care, inspire … Continue reading

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Moving On Up

“It is justice, not charity, that is wanting in the world.” Mary Wollstonecraft In recent years, the concept of ‘social mobility’ has been at the forefront of the agenda for education. Schools are paid pupil premium money to try and … Continue reading

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